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Radicalisation and extremism assembly
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Radicalisation and extremism assembly

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An assembly on radicalisation and extremism that lasts around 15 minutes. The assembly is set out as: Definition of keywords Why do people become extremists Case studies (Joe Cox and Manchester Arena bombing) What we can do to prevent Can also be delivered during tutor. Took around 90 minutes to resource and create so will hopefully save someone time.
AQA Verdun: How did Falkenhayn try to 'bleed France white'?
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AQA Verdun: How did Falkenhayn try to 'bleed France white'?

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Designed for the AQA 8145 Conflict and tension 1894-1918 spec. Lesson contains a range of tasks, each with an accompanying 'challenge' activity WILFs: To Describe what happened at the Battle of Verdun To Explain how successful Falkenhyn was in ‘bleeding France white’ To Analyse the cause, events and consequences of Verdun Lesson involves students describing what happened. Evaluating how successful Falkenhayn's plan was, before finishing with a Cause, Event and Consequence activity, which leads into a 'write an account question' All resources are included in the powerpoint!
AQA 8145 The Battle of Passchendaele
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AQA 8145 The Battle of Passchendaele

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Designed for the new AQA spec (Conflict and Tension), lesson focuses on what was achieved at Passchendaele. WILFs: Describe what happened at the Battle of Passchendaele Explain the causes, events and consequences of Passchendaele Evaluate why Passchendaele was so bloody Lesson includes a range of activities including a reading task, stroyboard, diamond 9, and finishes with a ‘Find Someone Who Can’ plenary
Slavery Topic: What did Nat Turner achieve?
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Slavery Topic: What did Nat Turner achieve?

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Lesson for a Slavery SOW Nat Turner was a slave that actively rebelled in America, and killed over 50 people. This lesson explores who Nat Turner was, what happened during the rebellion, and concludes with a source activity that asks pupils to analyse what the rebellion achieved. All pupils will be able to describe who Nat Turner was (Level 5) Most pupils will be able to explain what happened during the rebellion (Level 6) Some pupils will be able to analyse how successful Nat Turner was (Level 7)
AQA A3 Knowledge Organisers for Elizabeth
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AQA A3 Knowledge Organisers for Elizabeth

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A3 knowledge organisers containing chapters 2 and 3: Life in Elizabethan England and Religious Matters. These sheets can be used in a number of ways, for example glued into student books or kept on tables during lesson.
AQA 8145 Moroccan Crises
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AQA 8145 Moroccan Crises

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Designed for the new AQA 8145 spec. Lesson focuses on the two crises in Morocco, looking at the detail of each crisis and how they contributed to World War One. Lesson comes with additional ideas and resources to suit different teaching styles, including a 4 mark exam question. WILFs: To describe the two Moroccan crises of 1905 and 1911 To explain the impact of the Moroccan crises and how it contributed to causing the first world war To analyse the importance of the Moroccan crises
AQA 8145 What was Trench Warfare?
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AQA 8145 What was Trench Warfare?

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Lesson designed for the new AQA spec (conflict and tension 1894-1918. WALT: What was Trench warfare? WILFs: Describe and label a trench Explain how Trench warfare developed Create your own trench system Lesson starts by outlining the structure of a trench and trench system, with details on how German trenches were better developed. Lesson finishes with an extended plenary where students design their own trench systems and compete with a partner to see who scores the most points.
AQA History Medicine: How did Hospitals change in the 1700s?
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AQA History Medicine: How did Hospitals change in the 1700s?

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Lesson designed for the new AQA specification for the Medicine through time unit. WALT: How did Hospitals change in the 1700s? WILFs: Recall knowledge about medieval hospitals Explain how hospitals developed in the 1700s and early 1800s Assess the level of change hospitals experienced Lesson includes a range of activities and ‘challenge tasks’, including a recall activity for medieval hospitals, comparison table with hospitals in the 1700s and an embedded video with comprehension questions.
EDEXCEL Elizabethan England Full SOW
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EDEXCEL Elizabethan England Full SOW

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Detailed and completed scheme of work for the new EDEXCEL Early Elizabethan England topic (1558-88). Includes learning objectives, teaching suggestions, resources required and additional questions to stretch and challenge! Took a full day to complete so thought it could save someone some time!
AQA 8145 Germany: Great Depression/ Fear of Communism/ Weimar
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AQA 8145 Germany: Great Depression/ Fear of Communism/ Weimar

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WALT: Explain how other factors helped Hitler come to power WILFs: Recall how the Depression affected the Nazi Party Describe how other events led to the growth of the Nazi Party Explain how these events led to Nazis gaining popularity Lesson forms Part 2 of why did the Nazis become popular. Lesson includes a cross curricular Numeracy exercise that shows the correlation between unemployment and Nazi seats in the Reichstag. Involves paired exercise on Weimar Weaknesses and Fear of Communism
WW1 A3 Knowledge Organisers
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WW1 A3 Knowledge Organisers

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Designed for the AQA spec. These knowledge organisers cover the Causes, and Stalemate elements of the course. The knowledge organisers can be used in a number of ways. For example, gluing into student’s books or having present on tables during lessons.
Was Germany to Blame for World War One?
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Was Germany to Blame for World War One?

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Designed for the AQA 8145 Conflict and Tension course, this lesson examines the arguments behind whether Germany was to blame for starting World War One. Lesson includes a variety of activities, such as a 'just a minute recall game, quiz, analysing sources, and exam practice. WILFs: Recall the different causes of World War One Analyse a range of witnesses to decide who was to blame for World War One Explain who was responsible for the start of the First World War
How were trenches attacked?
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How were trenches attacked?

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Designed for the new AQA spec (Conflict and Tension 1894-1918). WALT: How were trenches attacked? WILFs: Define key words such as attrition and counter attack Describe how trenches were usually attacked Explain why it was so difficult to break the stalemate on the Western Front The lesson contains a range of activities including students completing a short cartoon strip on attacking a trench, answering comprehension questions, use of a film clip from ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’ and finishes with students assessing the usefulness of two sources on trench warfare, which can be expanded into a 12 mark question.
World War One 1894-1918 Revision Guide (New Specification)
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World War One 1894-1918 Revision Guide (New Specification)

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Designed for the new AQA specification: Conflict and Tension 1894-1918, but easily adaptable to other specifications. Revision guide contains 60 pages of information and activities for students to complete, including ‘exam tips’ for students. Took around 3 days to complete, so will hopefully save people some time. Would be grateful for any reviews. Thanks!
AQA 8145 The Balkan Crisis
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AQA 8145 The Balkan Crisis

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Lesson focuses on an investigation into: Why did Austria-Hungary and Serbia hate one another? Outcomes: Identify the key points from the Balkan Crisis Describe the causes, events and consequences of the Balkan crisis Explain the most important reason for the crisis and its consequences Lesson contains a variety of activities.
World War One Alliances
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World War One Alliances

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Primarily designed for the AQA Conflict and Tension, 1894-1918, but has been used with Year 9 classes. First task: Map task to understand the position of countries and the two alliances Second Task: Groups of 4 create a presentation on one of the 6 major European countries Third Task: Market stall activity to create a detailed spider diagram Fourth task: post-it activity and discussion Plenary: Task that effectively tests understanding WILFs: To understand the differences between the two alliances in 1914 Europe To explain key features of the countries involved in both alliances To evaluate which alliance was the most powerful in 1914
Holocaust Survivor Lesson
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Holocaust Survivor Lesson

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Simple lesson asking students to research Holocaust survivor stories through a mixture of video and text. Worksheet included alongside to hyperlinked clips to get students started. Lesson ends by returning to the questions students had originally asked .